To Ca'bin. v.a. To confine in a cabin.
Fleance is 'scap'd:
Then comes my fit again; I had else been perfect;
Whole as the marble, sounded as the rock;
As broad and gen'ral as the casing air;
But now I'm cabin'd, cribb'd, confin'd, bound in,
To saucy doubts and fear. Shakesp. Macbeth.